On Saturday night, Beyoncé performed her first live show since 2018 at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Royal Hotel. If that’s not important enough, Beyoncé welcomed her daughter Blue and her Ivy on stage to sing along. Fans are convinced of the musical. The icon’s daughter follows in her mother’s footsteps.
Beyoncé performed 19 songs after being reportedly paid $24 million for her appearance.She was told the singer never played any of her songs from her latest album. Renaissancebut she sang the classic hits “Halo” and “Crazy in Love.”
The 11-year-old girlfriend made her live debut with the original song “BROWN SKIN GIRL” produced for the live-action movie soundtrack. Lion King: Gift.
When the song was released, Blue Ivy was credited as a songwriter, appeared in the video, and had her vocals on the track, but it was the first time the mother-daughter duo had performed together or live. am. A fan captured a clip of this important moment.
In the social media video, Beyoncé wears a bright yellow gown with feather detailing down the back, Blue Ivy wears a glowing red suit, and the background dancers and vocalist wear ballroom-style gowns in the same shade of red. Surrounded. They stand against the background of a huge archway. Beneath it is a stylized sun sculpture and lighting resembling a glorious sunset.
After the show, the evening featured fireworks, a drone display and a DJ set by the Swedish House Mafia. The audience included celebs like Kendall Jenner, Khloe, and Hal Bailey, as well as Beyoncé’s mother Tina Knowles, her husband Jay-Z, and twins Rumi and Sir.
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